I used to think this was related to my word processor, but now it seems to be happening by simply opening the text capsule to edit within HP.
The initial problem: I create a draft in Word 2007. Then paste it into a text capsule. At that point, there is an extra blank line at the top and at the bottom that can be manually deleted. A quicker way is to paste, delete, paste. For some reason, the second paste does not have the extra spaces.
The recent observation: If I am doing a lot of editing of the text capsules within an exisitng hub, one capsule will occasionally introduce a spurious blank line at the end of the text. I have not yet identified any conditioning factor, any precise steps that will reproduce the bug every time.
A quick save-edit-save makes the top line disappear.
As to the bottom line, depending on your browser, ya just gotta keep messing with it in different ways until it’s gone.
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